• Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 11: Microsoft Search (en)

    Mastering common challenges in Office 365 – Part 11: Microsoft Search (en)

    I asked you guys if you are interested in a post about the new introduced Microsoft Search functions. This is the article for that 🙂 But first things first, there is a full video version available on YouTube. Check it out if you want to watch and listen, instead of “just” reading. This time only one video so you can relax and lay back while watching and listening to the article. You can of course also check out my other articles or my dedicated blog series pages if you haven’t already. As all of my articles in the Mastering Office

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  • Change label “new item” of lists and libraries (en)

    Change label “new item” of lists and libraries (en)

    Long time no see. But here is a great tip for you guys. Sometimes it is really helpful when you are creating a custom list or library and the “new item” is called the way you like and not as the default one. In this example you will see in a 4 steps how to change the “new item” and the tooltip label of your list. Before: After: First go to your site assets library within the page of the list or library and upload the script. Just take the following script, save it in as .txt file and upload

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  • Display all checked out files from current user (en)

    Display all checked out files from current user (en)

    This post should help you to get all the checked out documents of the current user. I will show you how to display them in an Content Search web part for the entire Site Collection. 1. You need to create a new Managed Property in your Search Schema. 2. Open you SharePoint Central Administration and under your Search Service click on Search Schema. 3. Click on New Managed Property 4. You need to configure the settings here like in the picture below. a. Property name (1): I typed in “CheckedOutByUser” (to find it later easily) b. Description (2): Not needed

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  • Calculator in Searchbox (en)

    Calculator in Searchbox (en)

    First save these there files to your computer. Then upload them to your SharePoint.   I uploaded the Item_calculator.html here: http://sp13/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Calculator.html And the style.css & script.js here: http://sp13/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/calc/style.css http://sp13/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/calc/script.js   IMPORTANT: Check the lines 14,34 and 35 in the Item_Calculator.html to make sure, that your uploaded files are really in that place. You don’t have to change anything in the style.css and script.js to get the calculator work.   After that you have to create a Query Rule. I did that like this: 1. Open SharePoint Central Administration and click on “Manage Service Application”. 2. Click on Search

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